Friday fun link: "The Lost Cow Tunnels of New York City," in which Gizmodo explores a forgotten chapter in the history of American infrastructure, markets, and food. Here's the opening:
Like every other major metropolis, New York City has tunnels for people, tunnels for cars, and lots of tunnels for trains. But it also has something rather more unique: tunnels for cows. Or does it? This is the story of New York's lost, forgotten, or perhaps just mythical subterranean meat infrastructure.
Read the rest here.